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Predictions from 1906 about what life & technology would be like in the future year 2006

A 21-year-old reporter and author from Massachusetts wrote this article in 1906, speculating about what the world might properly be like in 2006 — a few of...

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A Revolution in Mottoes: Newspaper Mastheads and the American Revolution

In early 2017, the Washington Submit debuted a brand new masthead with the motto “Democracy Dies in Darkness.” At about the similar time, the New York...

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Newsonomics: With An Expanding Wirecutter, The New York Times Doubles Down On Diversification

Think about a world through which Donald Trump is not President.       No, actually. Okay, if that idea’s past your speedy comprehension, let’s make the query...

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Newspaper sales in Florida are eroding faster than the national average

By Dan Christensen, FloridaBulldog.org  Newspaper printing press ’Tis the season…for newspapers to file their annual varieties with the U.S. Postal Service...